An essay is a prose composition of a small size and free composition. It expresses individual experiences and views on a particular subject or issue.
So, what is the first thing that helps us to start working on writing descriptions? First of all, as with writing of any work, it is necessary to consider the purpose, subject and main idea of the future text. In my descriptive essay on a person, I will write about this type of essay and show a couple of examples. I can easily do this because I used a help of a homework writer who told me how to write such essays.
A distinctive feature of these essays is the presence of adjectives and participles in the text, because the main question is the question "what". What subject? What kind of person? What area? What weather? What picture? What mood? Essays on the descriptions are written by the next plan: first are general characteristics, then details and the individual characteristics. In the end of writing, there are general impressions.
The source of the descriptive essay on a person can be everything. As for other descriptions, it could be a life experience, when a portrait is recreated from memory (e.g., "The appearance of a person I saw once..."), or from imagination ("My portrait in 10 years"). The source of descriptions can be a special observation, including the painting. Another type of descriptive essay on a person is a verbal description of the character of a literary work.
Here I will write about creating the main part of the essay – a description of appearance, where it is necessary directly to describe it (and, hence, to enumerate its trappings and details). What items can be listed in the appearance of any person? The question will not cause trouble for you. It is enough to look at yourself in the mirror and list these items: head, hair, face, forehead, eyebrows, eyes, glance, a peculiarity of stature, growth, hands, feet, voice, clothing. Now it remains to choose adjectives, participles for answering the questions: what head? What kind of hair? What face? And so on... And now begins the most important thing: think about do like the person you describe, or not? The answer to this question depends on the main idea of the essay! After all, we can write a text about the favorite person, the great friend, the nice relative, but also about the unloved one, who will never be your friend...
When you determine what you want to express, you will begin to select material for your work. You will try to find epithets, metaphors, impersonation, to emphasize your attitude toward this man. If the person is unlikable for you, you can write about this not directly “I don’t like this man…” The reader will be able to guess himself, and you should help to do this matching definition.
Please note! Any description has always a certain aim. For example, you need to describe a person. Ask a question: for what purpose? If in order to tell how cute he is, then you will describe his appearance. If the goal is to write that he is a very good friend, then you will have to describe not only the external features but also his or her character.
For an example, I'll write a couple of essays that describe a person. It will be a description of appearance, description of personal qualities and description of the character. I also advise you to read the essay about character and get new information about oneself.
My friend Lucy
I have a friend with a beautiful name Lucy. She is low on growth, brown-eyed and black-browed. She has on her pale face barely visible freckles. Big brown eyes are framed with long fluffy eyelashes. She always grins with her amazing smile. When she laughs, her little nose wrinkles so funnily. She is very tidy. Her dresses are always ironed. Lucy is a sincere friend. Between us, there are never secrets. Together we read books, go to the library, prepare home tasks. When I was sick, she always comes to me after classes, talks about school and about her adventures. But the most interesting she talks about the new books she read. I want to listen to her every day, listen without end. Lucy doesn’t avoid work and just coming home from school immediately cleans up the room. I love my friend for her sensitivity, kindness and spiritual purity. This essay on friendship proves it.
Considering the topic before writing this essay, I kept thinking about whom is better to write: about someone of my friends, about my mother or about a familiar aunt? So I decided to describe the appearance of any woman I have ever known, but not related to me. So, I want to tell you about my neighbor - Emma. She is an ethnic Armenian, and it manifests in all form in my neighbor. It is manifested in everything: in the slightly hooked nose, in jet-black curly hair, in a soft, almost velvet voice and in very strong accent. Emma is a middle-aged woman, she is over forty. She is very tall, a little overweight but this corpulence surprisingly makes her such a beautiful woman. Emma is a very interesting person. She loves to laugh and to joke. But if she sees that I'm sad or upset with someone, she always helps, talks to me and calms. This woman always smells of something delicious. Emma loves a good (and terribly expensive!) perfume. She loves to wear gold jewelry and doesn’t shy about this habit: she has golden earrings, a few rings on fingers with beautiful stones, heavy vintage bracelet with a reddish tint. "Gold adorns a real woman at the best way, it was invented especially for us," says Emma about her jewelry. It's funny, but I agree that women should monitor their appearance and to beautify oneself! I could write much more about Emma, but it should be clear: this is an interesting and special woman!
My uncle Jack
My uncle Jack is a very interesting person. Uncle Jack is calm, kind and at the same time cheerful person. He knows how to find a common language with everyone. He never raises his voice and says harsh words. And my uncle has a terrific sense of humor and knows how to tell great funny stories. He understands well the technology. The only time when is better not to disturb an uncle Jack- when he is busy. He works in the service center. He repairs mobile phones, laptops and digital equipment. Uncle Jack is usually polite with everyone. He's always friendly to me, gives a lot of time, shows and explains everything. He says he loves to communicate with young people, because their minds are full of fresh ideas. I like the character of my uncle. I'm glad that he often comes to visit us and we visit him. The conversation with him is very interesting and informative.
So, do you see that it is very easy to describe a person? It is because I used this services that taught me how to do it. You have to try it!
My Neighbors :
Neighbors play an important role in our social life. A good neighbor makes our life sweet where bad neighbor makes a hell of it. One cannot have neighbotus of one’s choice.
Shirr Rasha Krishnan is my next door neighbors. He is a clerk in a private establishment. He has two sons and three daughters. His mother and youngster sister also live with him. Early in the morning there is generally a quarrel between Rasha Krishnan’s wife and his mother. When they are quarrelling, he looks on haplessly. The two ladies abuse each other loudly. Many passersby collect on the roadside to enjoy the fun.
His children are also very naughty. They spoil our garden and pick floors. They also pick up quarrel with my younger brothers and sisters. They are dirty and they misbehave with strangers. They fight among themselves even in the presence of their mother.
Mrs. Rasha Krishnan is a terror to all the ladies of the street. She throws garbage near our gate. She has the habit of backbiting. She borrows sugar, wheat flour and other sundries from all the Neighbours but never returns what she borrows. She is fat and ugly but she considers herself very beautiful.